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Saturday, June 17, 2017

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Dear Simon,
Is it called plagiarism if I study all of your phrases? Please let me know!

No, of course not. I didn't invent these phrases - native speakers use them all the time.

Hi Simon,
I have always struggled about the selecetion of some prepositions like of, for,in when doing writings.
For example: Many cultural elements (of /for /in)different countries would vanish.
I'm always confused about these things like the example as above.do you have any useful advises about this?
Also I just wonder if I make this kind of errors in exam for a couple of times, to what extend my final marks would be effected?
Looking forward to ur reply. Thanks a lot.
Luke

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